Legal Advice for Criminal Investigation — 113 results
Written by attorney Philip Jacques, 6 months ago.
Traffic and most misdemeanor cases function differently than felony cases from the investigation to the charging decision. This guide explains the difference. Traffic and Low Level... more
Written by attorney Justin Hausler, about 1 year ago.
This guide focuses on what you should and shouldn't do while the focus of a criminal investigation. Often I have clients ask me how they should conduct themselves when confronted by police... more
Written by attorney Andrew Edelberg, over 1 year ago.
What to avoid in dealing with police in criminal investigations.
Written by attorney Grant Schwarz, 10 months ago.
This is a short guide about what to expect after you have been charged with any offense.
Written by attorney Jef D Henninger, about 1 year ago.
Ask the average person what they would do if they were accused of a crime and they would likely say that they would hire a criminal defense lawyer right away. However, too many people have... more
Written by attorney William Bell, 11 months ago.
The Tennessee Criminal Justice System can be a confusing process for those without any prior knowledge of how it functions. The following is a general outline of how the process works and... more
Written by attorney Hunter S Conrad, 12 months ago.
Many Florida criminal cases rely on the testimony and participation of confidential informants. Many times these informants have criminal records that are less than clean. As a result, an... more
Written by attorney Mark C Cogan, almost 2 years ago.
1. Be extremely careful about online contacts with people who are possibly minors. On the Internet, people are frequently other than they appear to be. Undercover detectives frequently... more
Written by attorney Craig R. Johnson, 11 months ago.
This guide will advise people on how to interact with police to preserve their rights and minimize potential negative consequences. It gives general advice, but is not intended for every... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Hackworth, about 1 year ago.
Unfortunately, it is simply human nature to forget things at times, but forgetting a court appearance can have major consequences. Most importantly, if someone misses a misdemeanor criminal... more
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